AT&T extends calling circle to business users; Samsung Moment gets Android 2.1

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> AT&T Mobility extended its popular A-List feature to its enterprise mobility customers, giving them unlimited mobile calling to and from up to ten "VIP" domestic phone numbers from any U.S. carrier. Release

> After a long wait, Sprint Nextel's Samsung Moment was upgraded to Android 2.1. Article

> India is seeking ownership information from Huawei and ZTE to assuage security concerns the Indian government has about the two vendors. Article (sub. req.)

> Sprint is selling Research In Motion's BlackBerry Bold 9650 for $200 after a $100 mail-in rebate. Article

> A 10-year study by the World Health Organization's International Agency for Research on Cancer found no conclusive link between  use of mobile phones and brain cancer. Article

> ZTE expects its revenue to grow by 30 percent over the next few years on the strength of greater handset sales. Article

> Infineon is in talks with Intel about selling its wireless chip unit, according to a report in Financial Times Deutschland. Article

Mobile Content News

> m-Wise revenues were up 15 percent in the first quarter. Article

> Gartner reported mobile game revenues will top $5.6 billion this year. Article

> U.S. mobile data revenues exceeded $12.5 billion in the first quarter. Article

> Geodesic launched Mundu Radio via iPhone. Article

Broadband News

A new report indicates Android 2.2 will support built-in tethering via USB and WiFi. Article

> The FCC granted public-safety agencies waivers to build LTE networks. Article

> Rural operator associations have welcomed Verizon's LTE discussions. Article

European News

> Forget the gloss: The Orange and T-Mobile teaming is little more than network sharing. Commentary

> LTE network sharing could sideline smaller operators. Article

> Nokia Siemens Networks is battling to recapture third place, outbidding Ericsson and Huawei. Article

> Telefónica O2 said it sees no impact from its loss of iPhone exclusivity. Article

And finally... Check out this bizarre email conversation between Apple CEO Steve Jobs and Valleywag's Ryan Tate. Article